Skip to comments.Student wants Scouts off campus - Gay Vinelander contends college can't....
Posted on 09/07/2003 5:19:54 AM PDT by Sub-DriverEdited on 05/07/2004 7:52:14 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
VINELAND -- When Kyle Brandon arrived for classes at Cumberland County College one night last spring, he didn't expect to come face to face with dozens of members of the Boy Scouts of America.
But that's what happened when Brandon, a 36-year-old openly gay Vineland resident, walked into the college's Frank Guaracini Jr. Fine and Performing Arts Center. The stress of witnessing the start of a Boy Scouts award ceremony for the college's president, Kenneth Ender, was so intense that he broke out in cold sweat, Brandon said.
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They all say that it makes them "feel" bad in one way or another. Somehow these suits by the ACLU, Southern Poverty Law Center, People for the (un)American Way, (un)Americans for the Separation of Church and State, (un)American Atheists, and all the other groups that are destroying our way of life need to be stopped.
How does one find out how these groups get their funding? Something tells me that if these groups are exposed, they will scurry back into the dark places like the cockroaches they truly are.
What a wimp. When will a sane society finally stand up to these demented creatures.
The Board of Trustees
P.O. Box 1500, College Drive,
Vineland NJ, 08362-1500
September 7, 20003 Kyle Brandon at age 36 should not be making these demands to sooth his sensitivities at the expense of the Boy Scouts of America, a remarkably good organization.
Mr. Brandons remark that..."The (U.S.) Supreme Court said the Boy Scouts have the right to discriminate," Brandon said. "But that doesn't mean an institution that receives state and federal funding should open their doors to them." Says much about this over-aged gay man who obviously views the world according to Brandon, not by law from the highest court in the land. His argument is very weak and self-serving and I hope the Board of Trustees will not play the politically correct game; that they will not penalize in any way a fine organization of young boys just to placate this truly sad person.
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Someone gets it. Too bad the gays don't.
But if the Board of Trustees or a court decision goes against the Boy Scouts, he said, the organization and other groups deemed to have discriminatory policies could be banned from the campus.
So if you don't tow the 'homosexual' agenda we'll not tolerate you. Kind of screws their whole 'diversity' approach doesn't it. Don't these idiots listen to what they are saying?
Would ban be discriminatory?
David Perry, executive director of the Southern New Jersey Council of the Boy Scouts of America, said the organization does not consider its policy to be discriminatory. Banning the group from returning to Cumberland County College, however, would be a form of discrimination, he said.
Here's the crux. It is not discrimination (as the term is used today) to bar certain behaviors. Murder is banned by almost every group and yet they are not accused of discrimination.
On the other hand the first ammendment (right of association) guarantees our right to discriminate for any reason. We need to reclaim our rights.
I long for the old days when people weren't afraid to expect moral behavior from those around them and shunned those who were immoral.
LOL This guy is a wimp. He probably goes to bed for a week if he gets a hangnail.
If all gays are like this, we won't have to be bothered with them for long. They will all have heart attacks and die from 'stress.'
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